Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA®)
The CPSA® Advanced Level Module CLOUDINFRA – iSAQB® Training Course in Infrastructure, Container, and Cloud Native
Infrastructure, Container, and Cloud Native
How to design and implement adjustable infrastructure for the Cloud?
Credit Points for CLOUDINFRA Training Courses
How to improve software systems systematically, focused on economic and technical objectives
Microservices, containers and container managers have changed considerably the way we design, develop, and deploy software in recent years. Modern applications must work in a cluster of several nodes, be dynamically placeable, scalable and fault-tolerant.
Participants will learn ways to implement dynamic cloud-native architectures, container application design, logging/monitoring/alerting, container native storage and options for UI integration. Typical concepts of current container managers will also be demonstrated and how they can be used to implement common quality criteria for larger web applications.
In addition, current cloud providers will be classified, possibilities for automation will be demonstrated and aspects of software development and the application lifecycle will be discussed.
CLOUDINFRA focuses on operating aspects. The detailed concepts for the design and implementation of architectures in the CLOUDINFRA module are explained in an overview where necessary for understanding.
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